Dominion Machines Reportedly Break Down In At Least Three Republican Strongholds In GA

[Image source: John Fredricks-- War Room video screenshot. Dominion voting machine picture- dominionvoting.com. The Freedom Times compilation].

The Commander in Chief took to Twitter Tuesday to inform America of reports “coming out of the 12th Congressional District of Georgia” regarding Dominion voting machines, which reportedly are “not working” in Republican stronghold areas amid the Senate runoff.

“Reports are coming out of the 12th Congressional District of Georgia that Dominion Machines are not working in certain Republican Strongholds for over an hour. Ballots are being left in lock boxes, hopefully they count them. Thank you Congressman @RickAllen!” President Trump wrote.


Georgia’s 12th Congressional District covers much of the east central parts of the state. It includes Appling, Bulloch, Burke, Candler, Coffee, Emanuel, Evans, Jeff Davis, Jenkins, Laurens, Montgomery, Richmond, Screven, Tattnall, Toombs, Treutlen, and Wheeler counties. Portions of Columbia and Effingham counties are also part of the district.


Georgia radio host John Frederick’s during an interview on Steve Bannon’s War Room, said on Tuesday, “Dominion machine in several, get this, not one or two I heard, three of the largest Republican precincts at 10 am are down. I got this from multiple people breaking live into my show”.

“People have been told they cannot scan their ballots. They come in to vote, they fill it out. They’re told they can’t scan their ballot [be]cause the machines don’t work. They try to get technicians in there,” he reported.

“In the meantime, they have to make their ballot out, put it in an envelope, and the poll workers are saying, ‘When it’s fixed we’ll scan it for you’. There’s all kinds of red flags right there,” Frederick reported of voters’ claims, who had called into his radio show Tuesday morning. Video Below


John Fredricks reports:

Meanwhile, election official with the Georgia secretary of state’s office, Gabriel Sterling, reported Tuesday morning, “Some issues in Columbia Co. There was a programming error on security keys for some locations scanners & poll worker cards.”


Sterling later responded to the president, claiming that the “issue in Columbia Co. was resolved hours ago”, adding that President Trump “received old intel”.

However, a first hand voter reported on Twitter Monday what he allegedly encountered and witnessed in Newton County, Georgia, which is outside of the city of Atlanta.

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